Inspect, test, and listen to defective equipment to diagnose malfunctions or damage Perform all mechanical repairs, maintenance, overhauls, and rebuilds of heavy-duty trucks and other related equipment Test drive vehicles and test components and systems, when applicable Use equipment such as infrared engine analyzers, compression gauges, and computerized diagnostic devices Use electronic test equipment to locate and correct malfunctions in fuel and emissions control systems Inspect belts, hoses, steering systems, brakes, fuel systems, wheel bearings, and other potentially troublesome areas for additional repairs needed Test electronic computer components to ensure that they are working properly Disassemble units and inspect parts for wear, using micrometers, calipers, and gauges
Diesel Technician Benefits:
Paid time off 401(k) with employer match 6 paid holidays Employee health insurance for as low as $50/month; dependent coverage also available Short-term disability insurance Long-term disability insurance with voluntary options available Voluntary vision, dental, and accidental injury insurance Voluntary personal flexible spending account and/or dependent care account Voluntary tool insurance Cancer and critical illness insurance, dependents can be added at employee cost $15,000 in employee life insurance, voluntary options available for employee and dependents Uniforms and uniform laundering provided Tool program to help newer techs acquire tools and a tool box Bonuses: Sign-on bonuses available (up to $10,000, depending on experience, and paid out over a few years) Recruiting bonus ($2,500 for each referral made that turns in a yearlong hire) Looking for diesel mechanics to work night shift in Lincoln, Nebraska.
Diesel Technician Requirements:
High school graduate or GED required Diploma from technical college or equivalent experience Some computer skills required 1 - 2 years of experience in heavy-duty truck repair preferred CDL preferred, but not required Background check Pre-employment physical, drug screen, and breath alcohol test
About Midwest Peterbilt Group/SCTS Inc. The Midwest Peterbilt Group is comprised of five full-service Peterbilt dealerships in Iowa and Nebraska. The dealerships are owned and operated by Sioux City Truck Sales, Inc. This company has been serving the transportation industry in the region since 1954 and is still family owned. Each location offers a full line of new Peterbilt Trucks along with used commercial vehicles, truck parts, service/repair, and body shop services.